TWU Spring 2014 Applicants - page 45

by mycallingKia | 108,537 Views | 522 Comments

Hey everyone. I just wanted to start a thread for all of those hoping to get into TWU starting Spring 2014. My name is Kia and I have already sent in my application and completed my TEAS V exam. I'll be in the Denton campus patho... Read More


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    that criminal background check paper, DO we need to just sign it and mail it in? Or do we have to get the results in first and mail along with it?
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    yea you just sign it and mail it back. I just saw the varicella for $50... omg -_-' yea I got my Hep B & C yesterday at St luke hospital. BLAH!
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    Sign where it says student signature. The results and records should be signed by a health care provider and include the clinics info, or have them fill out the box on the immunizations paper.

    For the BG, the actual check hasn't been mailed to us, the paper is just an agreement that you've read the policy.
    Last edit by nani3 on Nov 12, '13 : Reason: info
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    You can also email it to her or take it in.
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    Quote from ItzNikki
    So I just got my shots done today. I went to Personal Lab on Harwin. They are a company under Quest labs, they do give discount for students. Both MMR and Varicella they charge $85. But for MMR we need both titer and shots. So that's $85+$45+$45 I believe. Their office hour is Monday-Friday 8:30 to 4:30 lunch 1 to 2. The total cost for me today is around $300. Hep B & C is not even included. Soooo much money T_T"
    couldnt find the test online can you please provide the link to it? also the varicella titer is also $85 or $45?

    And as for that signature of a healthcare provider, ill probably go to a public clinic and get them to sign it as i go in for my tdap, tb skin, and flu shot.
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    Quote from thaovu
    couldnt find the test online can you please provide the link to it? also the varicella titer is also $85 or $45?

    And as for that signature of a healthcare provider, ill probably go to a public clinic and get them to sign it as i go in for my tdap, tb skin, and flu shot.
    I got tdap tb and flu shot all at personal lab. Varicella titer was $85 and the shots is $45 each. MMR titer is also $85 and shots $45 each. So that's cheaper compares to the online deal. I just thought it would be easier to get all of them done at one provider. If you go to a family practice they might charge you some copay.
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    thaovu, I was just looking at the link you gave us from the previous post. Varicella is a good deal, but you could save some on the MMR at personal lab
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    Quote from ItzNikki
    thaovu, I was just looking at the link you gave us from the previous post. Varicella is a good deal, but you could save some on the MMR at personal lab
    I plan on getting the MMR at personal lab but i couldnt find it for some reason. Going to go to a public clinic to get tdap, tb skin, and flu. then head out to personal lab to get the MMR titer and finally swing by anylab for the varicella.

    BTW do you have the address to the personal lab???
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    Receive or update CPR Certification for Health Care Providersby Monday, January 13th, 2014(the first day of classes). One of the student groups at the Dallas campus usually organizes CPR classes for new or updating certifications the week before classes begin. Information about the class should be available at Orientation; however, space is limited so you may need to find other means of getting certified. Classes are usually offered through the American Heart Association or through independent providers such as CPR Training & More (www.cprtrainingandmore.com)

    Does anybody know what the requirement above is about? what is CPR Certification for Health Care Providers? Do we have to take class to be certified? It's kinda confusing
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    Quote from H4nursing;7611960[B
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    Does anybody know what the requirement above is about? what is CPR Certification for Health Care Providers? Do we have to take class to be certified? It's kinda confusing
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    You have to be certified (aka take the class and pass a test) in CPR. You will need to take an American Heart Association - Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS-HCP) class. You take the class, pass, and get certified for two years.

    If you are Houston area and need the class - I know they will be offering classes on campus in Dec (week after orientation) and/or Jan (right before orientation). They usually do sign ups during the December orientation.

    If you are in Dallas (or anywhere that isn't Houston) - I have no idea.

    But no matter the location, you don't have to take a class at TWU. You can take the class at any AHA Training site, just make sure you are taking BLS for HCP (if you "instructor" doesn't know what that is - run away).


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